Assembly Technician 1 by House of Design Robotics | Oct 26, 2018 |Full TimeNampa, IdahoPosted 3 weeks ago Website House of DesignAn ABB robotic integrator. We are also a certified cognex systems integrator.Job DescriptionThe House of Design (HoD) Assembly Technician I position is defined to be an entry-level position. This position typically includes individuals that are new to robotics and automated systems that have an Associate degree from a mechanical or electrical trade school. The Assembly Technician I position requires a basic understanding of mechanical and electrical components and theory of operation. Must be able to use hand and power tool effectively and safely.Reports ToShop ManagerResponsibilitiesPrepares work to be accomplished by studying assembly drawings, blueprints, specifications, and parts listsGathers parts, subassemblies, tools, and material for the job and assembles components according to drawingInspect components for dimensional accuracy utilizing blueprints/drawings and applicable metrology equipmentResolve assembly difficulties by working with engineering and systems integration to implement solutionsVerifies specifications and tests assemblies and subassemblies ensuring correct operation and functionInstall and test electrical control components, Input/output devices, sensors, and associated cablingDismantle robotic integration systems and organize, package, and palletize for safe shipment to the customer sitePrepare parts and robotic components for shipment, load and offload freight shipment utilizing forkliftInstall and test robotic systems in customers facilities, worldwide, as part of the installation teamMaintains safe and clean work environment by complying with procedures, shop rules, and regulationsWork within and promotes HoD vision, mission, and values of the organizationPerforms other duties as assignedRequirementsFollows House of Design Team Member General List of ResponsibilitiesProof of high school diploma or General Education Degree (GED), Associates degree or trade school certification preferredMust have a positive attitude, desire to learn and acute attention to detail, must be a team playerStrong analytical and problem-solving skills and be part of a collaborative team to solve problemsAbility to read and understand mechanical blueprints/drawings and electrical schematicsAbility to work under pressure and willingness to adapt to varying projects and priorities dailyAbility to manage small-scale projects from initial concept to completionAbility to develop and maintain effective working relationships with internal team and external clientsMust have basic computer skills, working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite recommendedAbility to safely drive and operate a forklift, previous forklift operator certification preferredMust be willing to work overtime as required to support shop, engineering, and integration teamsMust be able to stand for long periods of time along with walking, sitting, repetitive movement, reaching (including but not limited to above shoulder reaching), repetitive bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, leaning, and twisting.Able to lift 50 pounds in accordance with HoD safe work practicesJob Type: Full-time To apply for this job please visit www.indeed.com.